Tactical Emergency Management - 30th April 2019 - Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Delve into decades of experience as we offer a genuine definitive view on working as a tactical decision maker and emergency responder.

This great hands-on training course really gets under the skin of multi-agency working, it closely examines the role of those working together at tactical level to ensure the best possible outcome when disaster strikes.  You will leave with the confidence, knowledge and skills you will need to be an effective member of your co-ordinating group.

Aim

To equip tactical emergency managers with the knowledge, skills and tools to apply integrated emergency management processes within their own organisation and in multi-responder environments.

 

Objectives

Identify barriers and enablers to collaborative working as a tactical emergency manager

Describe the main elements of current UK integrated emergency management (IEM) and their relevance to the tactical emergency manager’s role

Apply JESIP joint doctrine principles and methodology when managing an incident

Identify the requirement for justifiable and defensible decision making when managing an emergency scenario and the importance of decision logging

Understand the role of social media in emergency management

Apply learning in a discussion exercise.